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Solcito8813 López reviewed Refugio Frey via Villa Cerro Catedral
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HikingGreat!Snow

Did this back in October 2016 and absolutely loved it! Very diverse hike and when I went there was still a little snow on top that made the little lake look incredible. Just had quite a magical vibe up there, I loved it and will definitely be taking my wife here one day! Hike starts at the town/resort and heads towards the big lake. As you approach the base of the mountain on your right, it gets dry and dusty with cool views of the lake on your left. As you come around the base of the mountain you enter a river valley that you follow all the way up to the Refugio and lake. This part is in the woods and has plenty of welcomed shade. After wiggling through the woods and passing an odd shelter, you poke out of the greenery. The valley becomes rocky and the vegetation is sparse. It’s not too long from here that you approach the lake and Refugio with a little hike through a bit of snow. The crazy pointy rock formation “bowl” on top that the lake sits in was incredible and well worth the hike up. Highly recommend going while there’s still snow on the ground up there. Makes for cool pictures and an even more diverse hike. If I had the appropriate footwear, I would’ve continued the scramble to the next lake, but I certainly wasn’t disappointed! Went back the way I came in and caught one of the last buses back to Bariloche. I started really late in the day, so probably won’t be an issue, but check bus times just incase.

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HikingGreat!
First to Review

I spent about 3 months fishing and hiking around Argentina a few years back. This was by far my favorite hike of the trip. The scenery changes so many times throughout the hike, and the water is turquoise blue and crystal clear. Fishing was absolutely incredible too. Would recommend this hike to anyone even remotely close and looking for a hike of a lifetime.

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Vesna Marinovic reviewed Aconcagua via False Polish Traverse
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First to Review

Muy marcado , imposible perderse

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Olivia Garcia reviewed Lake Capri
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HikingGreat!

Amazing views and scenery

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Kirstie Rascon reviewed Lake Capri
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Absolutely breathtaking... a must-see!

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Paraa Rohani reviewed Lake Capri
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An amazing hike. Moderate and filled with unbelievable scenery. Highly recommended. The weather was just perfect

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Mauricio Cordiviola reviewed El Pilar - Laguna de Los Tres - El Chaltén
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HikingRocky

Excelente caminata, mejor para mi hacer Laguna del Los Tres desde el Pilar para ver el Glaciar Piedras Blancas y para hacer todo camino diferente de ida y de vuelta. La ultima parte subida empinada, pero cuando se llega vale la pena. No dejar de ir a la laguna y de ahi subir a la morena para ver la Laguna Sucia (que de sucia no tiene nada). Uno de los mejores trekking que hice.

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Hiking

Overcast day, so unfortunately didn't get to see Cerro Terre. very windy and started to sprinkle on the way back. Still a beautiful and worthwhile trail.

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martin godard reviewed Lake Capri
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Tres populaires

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Kimberley Ong reviewed Lake Capri
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cloudy :(

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HikingScramble

This walk starts by taking the cable car and chair lift close to the ridge line. From there it is a difficult 3 miles. First with a mile long traverse across a rock field. The several descending scramble before reaching the refuge. Locals will tel you 3 or 4 hours. Our inexperienced group took over 6. This effort comes with wonderful views. This area is all open to the weather / sun. Leaving the refuge for the walk back to the cable car base the ground is generally good but the dirt is like talcum power. And just as slick. This is a long slog. Few views as rewards. Experience needed for thus hike.

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James Therien reviewed Laguna del Caminante
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HikingMuddy

Beautiful trail. We did it in the reverse direction and I am glad. We saved the best views for the second part.

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Dennis Scherpenisse reviewed Pampa Alta Trail
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David Tillery reviewed Laguna del Caminante
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Beautiful and fairly easy 2 day trek. If you’re a real go-getter you can probably do the entire thing in 1 day, but the camping at Laguna del Caminante is great so I’d encourage you to do that if you can. We started at the eastern trailhead which is where the trail to the Vinciguerra Glacier also starts. The 8 miles from there to the lake were fairly uninteresting, mostly woods on some extremely wed and muddy cow trails. We saw a number of wild (?) horses and avoided their poop often. The lake is the real treat, and on a nice day it and the surrounding area are gorgeous. If backpackiing I’d suggest heading down to the lake and dropping your pack/tent in a nice area before exploring further. You can continue upwards a little ways further to a second higher lake. If you cross the river you can probably continue even further as well, though there is no marked path. You could probably make this a 3 day trek and spend a second day just exploring the surrounding area, summit some mountains. We barely had any wind while camping, not sure if that was unusual for the area or not. If it’s clear be sure to get up in the middle of the night to stargaze. Please don’t make fires here, bring a stove and gas. Please take all your trash out with you, no one likes finding your used toilet paper everywhere. The second day was the real highlight as we continued up and over the mountain pass. Seeing the vegetation and water slowly disappear until there was nothing but rocks and snow was awesome. This ascent to the pass was the toughest part of the trek but nothing too tough. After that you reach The Sheep Canyon and it’s all downhill from there. The views over the valley out towards the beagle are great, though they don’t really change after you get there. The only hard part on this trail was the end, specifically finding out way to the road. You end up going on some cow roads through private property that are marked well enough, but in the end you’re just spit out onto an under-construction road (unless I made some seriously wrong turns). It’s not that far to Route 3 from there but I don’t feel like I ever found the real trailhead on the western side, so I’m not sure how you’d direct a cab to take you here if you were going the opposite direction. There is cell reception with Movistar at both ends of the trail if you need to call a cab. Overall I cannot recommend this enough, probably the most accessible backpacking trek in the Ushuaia area.

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Gaël Richard reviewed Las Cascadas del Rio Colorado
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First to Review

Belle randonnée, pas forcément si facile bien qu’il suffise de suivre le Rio. Avant la seconde cascade, monter avant le pic qui le surplombe sur la gauche pour franchir un mini col et pouvoir poursuivre. Baignade dans la dernière cascade. Les cascades ne sont pas très haute mais cette ballade est vraiment sympa. Je recommande !

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Spectacular views! Be prepared for wind on the trail. Last mile is a killer but worth it on a clear day. Be prepared, trail ends on the outskirts of town and the walk back to your hotel may add more than a mile to your total.

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did this hike yesterday, amazing view from the top and will take almost a day to complete,

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HikingIcy

Just the most beautiful hike I have ever done. I am not an experienced hiker or anything, but walking and having the Andes as a backdrop is just ridiculous. Amazing scenery, it felt like being in the Lord of the Rings. The hike gets tough towards the end, the conditions are quite icy towards the end in May, so be prepared for that.

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Petros Venetopoulos reviewed El Pilar - Laguna de Los Tres - El Chaltén
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HikingRocky

Amazing hike overall. Definitely the right choice to start from El Pilar. The trail up to Poincenot entails a nice forest and we got to see rabbits and woodpeckers. Great viewpoints and with clear view of Fitz Roy and the surprisingly beautiful Glaciar Piedras Blancas. After that, the uphill walk to Laguna de los tres is straightforward, a bit demanding but I saw people out of shape doing it. Once at Laguna de Los tres there are small uphill trails with great view to Laguna Sucia which is amazing! On the way back you have a great view of Fits Roy on your back and then I recommend you get a small rest at Laguna Capri.

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Hieronymus Bosch reviewed Sierra Valdivieso Circuit
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RunningBlowdownMuddyOff trailOver grownScramble

Amazing Views, super remote. Just know the "trail" is true Marsh/Tundra which means spongey, swallows shoes, etc. I had a hard time navigating this, and was off "trail" often. Not for the faint hearted. Running will take 8-14 hours for the experienced trail runner

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